Posung Yoon et al v. Chan Ho Lee et al

Filing 63

(IN CHAMBERS) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE by Judge Josephine Staton Tucker, FOR FAILURE TO FILE A MEMORANDUM OF CONTENTIONS OF FACT AND LAW: Court orders all counsel to show cause why the Court should not dismiss this matter and/or issue sanctions for the failure to file timely the referenced trial document. No later than July 23, 2012, counsel shall file the document and a separate written response explaining their disregard of the Courts Order on Jury Trial. (rla)

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____________________________________________________________________________ UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CIVIL MINUTES – GENERAL Case No. SACV 11-611-JST (PJWx) Title: POSUNG YOON, etc. v. CHAN HO LEE, et al. Date: July 19, 2012 Present: Honorable JOSEPHINE STATON TUCKER, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE Ellen Matheson Deputy Clerk ATTORNEYS PRESENT FOR PLAINTIFF: Not Present N/A Court Reporter ATTORNEYS PRESENT FOR DEFENDANT: Not Present PROCEEDINGS: (IN CHAMBERS) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR FAILURE TO FILE A MEMORANDUM OF CONTENTIONS OF FACT AND LAW On December 6, 2011, the Court issued an Order on Jury Trial that ordered the parties to lodge a Memorandum of Contentions of Fact and Law no later than twenty-one (21) days before the Final Pretrial Conference. (Doc. 48.) To date, the Court has not received the referenced document from any party. Accordingly, the Court orders all counsel to show cause why the Court should not dismiss this matter and/or issue sanctions for the failure to file timely the referenced trial document. No later than July23, 2012, counsel shall file the document and a separate written response explaining their disregard of the Court’s Order on Jury Trial. Initials of Preparer: enm ______________________________________________________________________________ CIVIL MINUTES – GENERAL 1

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